Wild AbyssinianAbyssinian wild
Zula, the so-called "first Abyssinian" The Abyssinian as she is known today, was raised in Great Britain. Abyssinian is a slim, fine-legged, medium-sized cats. The Abyssinian catkins are given birth with black fur, which slowly brightens as they age. Every strand has a bright basis with three or four extra ribbons that darken towards the tip.
Its basic shade should be as clear as possible; mixing it as much as possible with gray is regarded as a serious defect. It has a dark red-brown coloured basis with dark ticked colours, which is known in the UK as "common" and elsewhere as "reddish". Sour camphor (also referred to as crimson or red), a brighter copper-coloured basis with chocolatebrown ticing, is a singular variation of this initial design.
Others were imported by crossbreeding to the Myanmar and other short-haired races, mainly blues (on a soft tan base) and fauns (on a soft creme base). In the United Kingdom, the Abyssinian is also recognizable as having a primer of sterling silver whiteness with either dark (called "ordinary silver"), deep-ink, creme or borrel colored tic.
The Abyssinian, with their interest in toying with their owner, and their inquisitive intelligentsia, are known as the tomboys of the world. "They have an open, energetic manner, but are rather calm shepherds. Abyssinian like to be shown as they enjoy attentiveness, they are loving and kind to each other.
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